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journal" will that this is an act of jih obama administration needs are you so sure this was part of a larger moveme look. number the keen and intense islamic interest of the dead defendant, the fact that heéá radicalized there's no reason fori
, the multiplier from the obama administration hasn't banned out. with government jobs those jobs go away. with private sector jobs, they grow and you create a job and interprize and jobs do grow. >> the oil continue to flow even after the pipe line is completed which is a raw material for our economy . so if the private sector feels they are getting a return on it good for the economy and good for us, let's do it . the fact that venezuela and iran, they will not get the money that is better. >> one last thing, the environmentam impact. these reserves are not going away and the canadians are not ignoring and taking them to the market. who do we trust more on the environment? america or the chinese. we all agree on that. >> rick, i am interested in who you trust more. there is a battle between the epa that said the pipe line costs more . the state department seems to be leading in favor of it. >> it is facinating f. i were going to gamble i would say the state department wins. the biggest concern to the department is whatt does to the aquafer. that is it the worry. >> i think it is a aqufe
evening, everybody. thank you for being with us. there appears to be a break in the obama administration is more than seven month-long effort to limit the public knowledge on what happened in the terrorist attack on our consulate in benghazi. an attack that resulted in the murders of u.s. ambassador christopher stephens, foreign service officer john smith, cia operatives glendora the entire ron woods. at least four state department and cia career employees have sought counsel from private attorneys to represent them in the face of white house threats to prevent them from divulging classified and permission to congress about the events in benghazi. the prospective whistle-blowers' appeared to have considerable knowledge of what did and di not happen during the nearly eight hours see on our consulate and the cia and acts. apparently the obama administration is concerned their views don't support the so-called official account of events. former justice department official and republican counsel to the house intelligence committee says the state department threats are a violation of law. rep
legality of the program, as both the bush administration and the obama administration have practiced it, i think are correct. the devil is in the details, how in the problem we don't know a lot of the details. the obama administration would never have guessed four years later that they would now be being accused of war crimes, have the aclu suing them, have the human right's counsel conducting investigations of whether the obama administration is committing war crimes and violating international law. a british group has sued the british government for supposedly sharing intelligence with the obama administration, resulting in the death of a man in pakistan, so four years later, the obama administration is now finding some of the same charges that were leveled against the bush administration. a couple of years ago i wrote in "the post," called "will drone strikes become obama's guantanamo?" at the time i wrote that, i did not really think that drone strikes could have become obama's guantanamo. i think this is a real problem for them. withhave been grappling the issue through a number of of
and red lines as i have heard, your react? >> look, narrative by obama administration by itself, is ry telling. telling us that they don't want to intervene at this point in time. in any form or shape that would crumble that regime. for example they say a degree of varying confince. they know this is the use of the weapon, defensive judgment is there the not there yet. and likely originated from the regime, when you have such a language, not really clarifying that regime is responsible in terms of using that evidence, we don't know whether the evidence is coming from. still that obama administration will have to bring the case to congress, security cnt, how odd in 2003 we had a similar situation, and obama administration at the time of the critical of it, it is not a clear pture of what is happening in syria. lou: this language, and these calls for action on the part of senators mccain, worker, graham, they their seems to be amonths a few senators, a blood luft of some sort as they call for u.s. reaction it is a peculiar most because, this administration, has confused intelligence with
>>> notwithstanding you for being with us. there appears to be a break in the obama administration's seven long effort to limit the public's knowledge on the terrorist attack in benghazi and that resulted in the murders of christopher stevens and scene smith and glen do you her at this. four career employees are seeking counsel from private attorneys to represent them in the face of white house threats to prevent them from divulging classified information to congress about benghazi. the perspective whcs have considerable knowledge what happened during the attack on the consulate and apparently the obama administration is concerning their views don't support the so-called official account of events. former justice official of the house intelligence committee victoria say it's a violation of law. she represents one of the state department employees. >> my client is being so compliant with the law. here is the state department was trying to ignore this until you beat up on this. they were obstructing justice. >> adam housley has learned from an unnamed special operator who watched the
. final question, the obama administration very secular administration. are you still saying that the military is corrupt or has the obama administration after five years wiped all this out? >> this is not an indictment on any member of the us what. obviously whether it was george w. bush or his predecessor obama commander and chief. things are clearly better under obama. you say secular like it's a bad thing. >> bill: i didn'ti didn't say s a bad thing. i said it's a secular administration. >> i would say -- i say that very proudly. that means everybody gets equal rights. this is the no spin zone. that's why we support it little. >> bill: listen, if everybody got equal rights in a secular society, i would applaud it. of course that's not true. we don't live in a perfect world and secularism brings its own problems. we appreciate you coming in. despite what you just heard ms. ingraham will step up. is the university of massachusetts refusing to release information about the accused terrorist who was enrolled at the school? those reports after these messages. >> bill: week in
a lot of the details. the obama administration when never have guessed that four years later, they would be , have the war crimes aclu suing them, having the human rights counsel conducting investigations on whether the obama administration is of violating national law. a british law has sued the british government for sharing intelligence with the obama administration, resulting in the death of a man in pakistan. four years later, the administration is finding some of the same charges that are leveled against the bush of ministration. at thee of years ago, time, i was being provocative and i was trying to nudge this administration to do a better job of explaining the legal basis of what they were doing, the policy basis and to be more transparent. i did not really think that becometrikes could obama's guantanamo. i do you think that is seriously at risk. this has become a real problem for them. officials,umber of others have issued a series of statements. the problem is, and this is my point, no other country in the world has publicly agreed with the legality of our program. right now,
that statute, under the obama administration, than all previous administrations combined. just in the last four years, double the number, in fact. you've had people who have exposed government deceit and waste and corruption and illegality being systematically prosecuted as criminals in very harsh ways, threatened with decades in prison, being prosecuted as spies, essentially, under espionage statute. whereas the people on whom they blew the whistle, the actual bad actors in the government, have been shielded and protected. and what this is designed to do is to send a message -- as every investigative journalist in the united states will tell you, including ones who work for the most established of nepers -- to send a mess to would-be sources and whistleblowers, who want to advise the public about government wrongdoing, that they better think twice because they will be severely punished if they do so. >> one of our best journalists, jonathan landay of "mcclatchy" has turned up evidence from government documents that president obama and his senior aides have not been telling the truth when they
of the various agencies and authorities involved. law for the time got a 91 approval rating. obama administration got a 71% approval rating on the handling of boston marathon bombings and media got 55%. does that surprise you? >> no, i think the media had a tough time struggling with the to be first and being accurate. since then we have seen four stories bubble up. the first was the effort to blame it on taxpayers and andrew wrote a great piece, ten worst media moments, the suspects as chris matthews. >> jon: we'll get to him in a minute. the. >> the other stories, he acted alone. they weren't influenced. they no immediately according to brian williams, there were no foreigners at all. they went from is there to obama administration did fine. so when director clapper said we connected all the dots. it was like napolitano three years ago, that is the latest story. the fourth one only fox news and megyn kelly was interested in, why were all the guys on welfare. we financed the phones to help make the bombs. >> jon: judy, you took note of the piece bernie goldberg reported. >> after a while, i said
and their allies. the headline above your column on jonathan's reporting referred to the obama administration's "drone lies." tough language. >> "the mcclatchy" article included language that the obama administration at senior levels had misled the country and was deceitful becae what these documents showed was, that often times, they were targeting very low level people whose role in these militias were unknown. they had targeted, as a favor to the pakistani government, various individuals who posed no threat to the united states, but who pakistan thought had become extremists. and worst of all, the united states government has adopted what are called "signature strikes" which is where, even by their own admission, they don't even know the identity of the people they're targeting. and they simply extinguish their lives without knowing who they are. but then justify it to the public by saying, "we're only targeting senior al qaeda leaders." and these leaked documents revealed how false those claims were. and again, it underscores how only leaks and whistleblowing, which the obama administrati
. to understand options are dwindling. >> now, new voices are adding to pressure for the obama administration to do something about indefinite detention and ongoing hunkers strike. the chairman of the senate select intelligence committee has called on the white house to advise. whether there are suitable places to continue to hold or resettle the detainees cleared for release. in a letter to defense secretary check hegel, the largest doctors group denounced for speeding. -- defense secretary chuck hagel. detainees launched a hunger strike in february over what they say were envious of searches of their cells and mishandling of the iran. the military denied the charges. -- mishandling of the koran. human-rights groups say it is long past time for the obama administration to fulfill promises. >> not sustainable for the administration to continue the policy of indefinite detention and what to do with the men picked up after the start of the so-called war on terror more than a decade ago. >> still ahead -- ♪ cattle herders of tanzania are fighting the government for their land. plus, hospitals
. it is fda and obama administration is challenging a rule . new york court that is making it available without parental concept for kids 15. this highlights government regulation from time to time. >> president obama has daughters. >> let me go back to steve for a second. up were a tool of capitalism if you will. you don't trust government and the fda is the one regulating do you trust the fda to be good regulator. >> the fda made bad but the idea of regulations oranarchy, no. it is common sense is a potent drug and have devastating consequences and the idea of treating it like a piece of gum is preposterous. >> john, is there a role for government protecting us from bad or dangerous medications? >> i don't think so. sex, druggings, they are serious subjects and why do we leave to the government to protect us from these things? this is the job of pafts and not the job . government. >> we are not leaving it to them john. they can assist the parent. >> i don't want that help. >> lib tarianism doesn't mean devoid of all laws. i am one but i don't think you can go in the movie theater and
obvious in recent months that the obama administration does not want to intervene militarily in syria. it does not want to send weapons to the insurgents, but if this is really a red line for the obama administration, as the president has said, he would have to. either he loses credibility or he does something that he does not want to do. >> all the while, you get the feeling that president obama -- he is struggling not to look like george w. bush. if intervention has to happen, he wants it to be done with facts that we can believe in. >> yes, and i think that is a good idea because you never know where this information comes from. i think the u.s. administration should take its time just to find out if this really is reliable, and i think it should think twice about intervening militarily, even if it comes out that chemical weapons have been used on a limited scale. >> as always, thanks for coming in and giving us your insight. the surviving boston marathon bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev, has been transferred to prison. police say the suspect has been moved to a facility for inma
wheeler's nomination. this is what they say. our view remains the country, the obama administration could do far better than choosing someone to lead the fcc that has not made a career of lobbying for big cable and phone companies. the most likely outcome of a wheeler nomination is that he will be quickly approved, maintain the agency's relatively low profile, and avoid rocking the boat too much. even he doubts the power of the fcc to regulate, to affect regulatory change unless those regulated volunteer to submit to more regulation. the industry remains [indiscernible] , hen the at&t mobile deal wrote a lengthy piece indicating that he might be inclined to that would iner his view limit the reach and dominance of at&t. i don't know what this group would think. i don't know what they would think of what tom suggested. that indicates to me that tom probably knows that this is an , andmely delicate task there is a number of sensitivities that he's going to have to address as the head of the obama fcc. there is no question that tom's experience gives him the ability to work with these groups
cynical days and i have a lot of them lately, it is whatever the obama administration doesn't want. in 2008, i also think it's important for people to remember, george w. bush proposed and pushed and signed into law the economic stimulus of 2008 act. that was also the case of the '03 tax cuts, the idea that the stimulus is not something republicans do. it only dates back to the beginning of the obama rati. and the concern with deficits similarly was not in evidence in the bush years. i think a lot of what we've been seeing quite sadly is simply counter positioning vis a vis president obama. republicans quickly go to the opposite side of the issue. only if years before they were on the same side that the obama administration now occupies. >> do you think that the way the current sequester and budget cutting debates are going to work out is that we will keep all of the cuts that hurt people that don't have political capital and the ones that bother members of congress themselves or people with political capital those ones will get fixed? >> that is what we've done so far. i think thi
wealth gap among races in the country has widened under the obama administration, before the recession white families were about 4 times as wealthy as black and hispanic families, that has expanded to 6 times as wealthy as those racial and ethnic groups, the american dream is about mobile to move and improve your, hard work, going to college, seeking opportunity, but college costs are out of control, so is student loan debt. average college student who graduated in 2011. for which we have most recent year we have numbers, nearl nea$ $27,000 this is amazing, in toughest job market in memory, $27,000 in student loan debt, those who graduate are entering a horrible job market. young college grads last year averages an 8.8% unemployment rate. that is for graduates, it is supposed to be easier for them, if you include young grads working part time for economy reasons for so-called under employment rate it is stunning 18.3%, 18.3%. it does not get better later in life either. we have a looming retirement crisis, for many baby boomers that crises is here now. according to a study by employee
not to respond to a crisis. there are reports on accusations that the obama administration dropped the ball. >> what difference at this point does it make? [applause] >> the lack of action in benghazi makes a big difference to mument pel sourcos the ground that night and others who witnessed the events unfold. >> they had no contingency plans for what if this happens . that's a problem that the state department will face in the future. they are dealing with more hostile regions and country and it is attacks are going to happen again. >> our source monitoring the events in benghazi real-time reveals the lack of action by the pentagon and state department and white house on the night four americans were killed. he said more could have been done to save lives and asked if security warnings were ignored. this was given bypass the secretary of defense leon panetta. >> you don't deploy forces in harm's way without knowing what is going on and having real-time information about what is taking place . as a result of not regular that information the commander on the ground in naarea. general demp, e
department finally made contact with the next guest. that after repeated claims from the obama administration and the state department insisting that they were on aware of the benghazi whistle-blowers being intimidated are blocked from coming forward. joining us now, attorney representing one of the state department also boris, republican counsel to the senate intelligence committee, good to have you with this year. >> the continuing saga. >> you and the oversight community have attempted to focus the state department's attention on the issue of providing a channel for moving classified information into your hands and control at long last. you're finally contacted by the state department. >> thank you to fox. what happened was finally a letter. more than two weeks of the state department. here is where you go to get a security clearance. are you ready? assistant legal adviser for employment law. it would have known that. each of these agencies has a different arcane way of going through and getting this clearance. we all knew that. that is are we ask for the process. i called the person a cou
intelligence with the obama administration, resulting in the death of a man in pakistan. four years later, the administration is finding some of the same charges that were leveled against the bush administration. a couple of years ago, at the time, i was being provocative and i was trying to nudge this administration to do a better job of explaining the legal basis of what they were doing, the policy basis and to be more transparent. i did not really think that drone strikes could become obama's guantanamo. i do now think that is seriously at risk. this has become a real problem for them. the problem is, and this is my point, no other country in the world has publicly agreed with the legality of our program. right now, the united states is isolated as the obama administration has launched more than 300 drone strikes killing more than 3000 people. the rest of the world this finding this controversial. the challenge for the administration is to try to convince the rest of the world that what they're doing is lawful. they are rapidly on the back foot, the administration, i know they are work
jason collins for going public about being gay. he said the obama administration supports jason collins and called his decision courageous. >> commend him for his courage and support him in his, you know -- in this effort and hope his fans and his team support him going forward. >> former president bill clinton voiced encouragement for him saying the announcement is an important moment. jason collins' revelation generated this tweet from the boston red sox, we salute you jason collins for your courage and leadership. anytime you want to throw out a first pitch, let us know. at 6:00 p.m. the implications of jason collins' announcement and how it could open new door. >>> the relocation committee recommended the kings should not be allowed to move to seattle. it will be up up to the nba owners. the relocation committee is made up of 12 owners and their recommendation was unanimous. that is expected to set the tone for the final vote. after the vote kevin johnson tweeted that is what i am talking about sacramento, we did it. >>> lida sharaf and nazila sharaf face multiple counts of felony c
: speaking frankly, this is a war between the obama administrations protection agency and industry, particularly the petroleum industry, the chemical industry across this country. who is going to win it? >> the release of the american people when it. i think the american people, that jobs, over 3 million jobs, most likely, an oil and natural-gas production in this country. and when you're talking about these kind of 25-30 years ago people saying this country has energy, supplies, sitting on this vast amount of natural gas. 60,000 manufacturing jobs in my district. all these comppnies out there saying, you know what all who would love to have our trucks are not natural gas, so let's give it to them. lou: congressman, we thank you for being here. but for talking with you sir. we turn now to the investigation into the boston bombing terrorist attack. what was once said to be the active to disaffected jetstream brothers has now become an international search for accomplices had those who supported terrorism. today the fbi turned is focused on the widow and mother of the dead suspect. f
of getting their hands and arms around this thing. >> the greatest problem the obama administration has had is just that, in terms of communicating the law, in terms of how these changes are going to work, how people are going to buy insurance with in the marketplace is, what will happen to their premiums, will happen if they commit you know, need to pay the penalties. there is a huge communication gaps that the white house and hhs recognize. that will compound even further if the implementation in sues, and i think that that is going to be the nemesis and the ultimate demise of obamacare because a communication has been so poor. gerri: i think everyone is talking about this issue, whether obamacare can survive and in one form. to you. you are in this interesting position where you have access to all kinds of data. and yet you say, of employees to understand was going on. there is a requirement to use it people will be surprised to hear. tell us about that. how much, how many people are likely to be involved in obamacare? >> many. in the data set that we have, we pay one in six employees in
'm going to read this to you, exactly as he put it: the obama administration, u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel says the obama administration is rethinking its opposition to arming syrian rebels. he says you look and rethink all options. doesn't mean you do or you will. he was speaking at a pentagon news conference. the british defense secretary, who said any action would be based on very high quality intelligenced a miss nibble a court of law. so, they're rethinking this idea of arming the syrian rebels. it sounds like a trial balloon to me. sounds like they're about to test out reaction. we'll flick jennifer griffin from the pentagon. we'll play the sound for you from secretary haigle and let you decide and then we'll get some analysis. the obama administration rethinking whether to arm the syrian rebels. and there's one other thing. the houston airport shooting? we now have from authorities that a man walked in, fired two shots in the air with an ar-15, and the while in the security line shot himself in the head. imagine what that was like? there are terrible reports out here that -- i
-- tuesday, april 30. blockbuster on benghazi? a claim the obama administration trying to intimidate whistle-blowers into silence. >> people have been threatened at not just the state department. people have been threatened at the c.i.a. >>gretchen: brand-new details on what the state department has to say now. >>steve: communication failure. the nation's top spy a long-running feud. feeling a little stressed? maybe you should blame where you live. the top five stressed out states coming in at number one. west virginia followed by rhode island, kentucky, utah and massachusetts. the least stressed state? this one makes sense. hawaii. a top tip: turn off electronic devices. wonder how they gauge that? >>brian: you turn them on and realize how many people are mad at you because you haven't returned their texts. >> let's talk about benghazi. it is back in the headlines. >>steve: there is a blockbuster. john kerry received a letter from darrell issa over the last couple of days. essentially what it says -- i've got a copy of it here. it essentially says the department of state is stonewalling. w
after the obama administration said president assad's regime likely used chemical weapons. right now i'm joined by associate professor at the city university of new york law school and lawyer for several detainees at guantanamo bay. lisa miller. the author of "talking to the enemy." and nan heyworth a former republican congresswoman from new york. a government document obtained by nbc news shows the bomb makers aligned with instructions in an article of "how to make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom." boston marathon bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev was moved to a federal detention center. there are still 30 victims in boston area hospitals this morning with one in critical condition. richard donohue the officer injured last week also remains hospitalized. tsarnaev's transfer came as investigators revealed more details about dzhokhar and his brother tamerlan and what they planned to do. dzhokhar began communicating with investigators in writing on sunday from his hospital bed where he was being treated for gunshot wounds. details from those interviews were still trickling out days lat
with the center for constitutional rights after headlines. the obama administration is reportedly close to providing syrian rebels with lethal weaponry in their fight against president bashar al-assad. the washington post reports obama will make a final decision in the coming weeks on what one official described as "assistance that has a direct military purpose." syrian rebels have already asked western backers for antitank weapons and surface-to-air missiles. president obama suggested that confirmation of syrian chemical weapons could trigger u.s. intervention in some form, but still awaiting more evidence. >> we now have evidence chemical weapons had been used inside of syria, but we don't know how they were used, when they were used, who used them. we don't have a chain of custody that establishes what exactly happened. decisions am making about america's national security and the potential for taking additional action in response to chemical weapons use, i have got to make sure i have the fax. >> speaking at the united nations, syria's u.n. ambassador repeated the al-assad regime's
attack in time. obama administration is trying to intimidate potential whistle blowers into silence. this is "special report." blsh >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. two major stories tonight on the benghazi terror attack. and what some lawmakers charge is a vast and growing coverup. concerning the assault that left four americans dead, including the u.s. ambassador on 9/11. we still don't know how many people were injured that night. the administration insists those events have been investigated enough and that it's time to move on. we have fox team coverage tonight with two explosive stories. adam housley in los angeles talks exclusively to a special operator who says military help was available, despite what the administration has said. but we begin with accusations that the president's people are making threats against benghazi witnesses. chief washington correspondent james rosen reports from the state department on oincredibly serious charge before congress starts a new round of hearing. good evening, james. >> good evening. secretary of state told lawmakers he doesn't wa
henningberg joins us with more on theall out. >> republicans say that the obama administration wanted air travelers to feel the pain of the sequester and president obama contends that republicans realize that sequester was a bad idea all along. president obama will sign a bill allocating more money for the federal aviation administration to aleviate the long wait that is flyers are experiencing this week. the president said it is a temporary fix. >> these cutses will fall in the government that provide vital services for the american people. we can't keep putting band aids on every cut. there is only one way to truly fix the sequester, by replacing it before it causes future damage. >> house republicans have replaced two bills but haven't gone anywhere in the senate. the chairman said the obama administration claimed that its hands were tied with regarding the flight delays and the faa could have cut spending elsewhere. >> the faa imposed blank across the board furloughs and causing extensive delays. why? >> so many thought inflict being pain on the public would give the president leverag
, the debate is likely to intensify, the obama administration's response to home-grown jihadism homeland insecurity. when the administration issued its new fbi guidelines in 2011 it expanded many of the bureau's terrorist-hunting power, it cranked others back. the obama team's core strategy for rooting out home-grown muslim extremists was to gain the trust of muslim communities. cranking back certain security measures would seem to be in line with american sentiment. a new poll finds that 49% of the country is unwilling to give up civil liberties to curb terrorism. americans have shown themselves more willing to accept security cameras in public spaces but less inclined to accept expanded monitoring of their phone and email conversations. had begs the question -- what can be done to protect america while at the same time protecting american freedoms? joining us now is michael crowley, "time" magazine's deputy washington bureau chief. here to discuss the new issue of "time," "homeland insecurity." thank you for joining us. this is sort of the question, not jus just of the moment, but real
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